Support the OIBSTPO

As an all volunteer organization we depend on donations from visitors, local residents and businesses in our community. Your generosity helps us provide the supplies needed to protect sea turtles that nest or become stranded on Ocean Isle Beach. We invite you to partner with us by selecting one of our donation programs below.

ADOPT A SEA TURTLE NEST– Each summer we invite donors to sponsor a sea turtle nest. Nest Sponsorships are $125-$100 per nest and available on a first come first serve basis. As the sponsor of a nest, you have the honor of naming the nest. This name along with the name of the sponsors will be listed on our 2021 Nests link on our website.

ADOPT A HATCHLING -Adoption packets come with a personalized certificate of adoption, your choice of name for your hatchling, a plush sea turtle and will be listed on our website. Adoption cost $15 each and are available at weekly Turtle Talks and Friday night concerts at Museum of Coastal Carolina.

OIB SEA TURTLE T-SHIRTS – T-shirts are available at 2 Ladies and a Scoop Plus More.

4Oceans Bracelet  Clean the ocean and coastlines while helping to protect sea turtles from ocean plastic and other threats.

When you purchase the 4ocean Sea Turtle Bracelet, we’ll remove one pound of trash from the ocean and coastlines. We’ll also support critical research that advances rescue and release efforts. This bracelet represents your support.

  • 1 pound of trash will be removed from the ocean and coastlines
  • Supports the FAU Marine Research Lab and their efforts to advance sea turtle rescue and release efforts
  • Made with recycled ocean plastic and glass recovered by 4ocean employees
  • Unisex design
  • Adjustable from 2-5” in diameter
  • Stainless steel 4ocean charm
In partnership with 

OIBSTPO LOGO -The OIBSTPO has partnered with The Queensboro Shirt Company to offer OIBSTPO embroidered apparel to our supporters. Orders, shipping and returns are handled directly with The Queensboro Shirt Company. A portion of the proceeds fund our efforts as we strive for a suitable habitat for turtles, people and the ecosystem of Ocean Isle Beach and the surrounding waters.

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